A chance to meet and find out more about the teams that work across the RSC

An Actor's Process 

Join Amber James (Cymbeline, The Fair Maid of the West, 2023), Bridgitta Roy (King John, 2019) and Sam Redford (A Midsummer Night's Dream, 2016) to explore how RSC actors approach well-known scenes, characters and monologues for performance.

Gain insights from our actors on the rehearsal process and text approaches at the RSC. There will also be opportunity for you to explore the text with the actors. 

Date: 18 May, 11am - 3pm
Venue: Clore Learning Centre
Ticket: £25


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The Buddha of Suburbia - Creative Process

Enjoy a 90-minute talk and discussion featuring Emma Rice, Artistic Director of Wise Children, focusing on the process of adapting The Buddha of Suburbia, and its relevance to the present day.

Date: 25 May, 10.30am - Midday
Venue: Clore Learning Centre
Ticket: £15



Design at the RSC

Join RSC Associate Artist, and award-winning Designer of more than 35 RSC productions, Tom Piper MBE to find out about the multi-faceted role of a designer, how they work, and what's unique about designing shows for the RSC. Tom's designs for the RSC include The Box of Delights, The Tempest (2023) and The Histories Cycle directed by Michael Boyd. The session features a mixture of presentation, discussion and Q&A.

Date: 22 June, 11am-3pm
Venue: Clore Learning Centre
Ticket: £25


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Voice & Text

Working with an expert RSC Voice and Text practitioner uncover the role of voice, vocal technique, and text practices in professional theatre, and how this is unique at the RSC.  The voice and how we use it is an essential part of acting. Our actors work with Voice and Text practitioners to protect their voice, make it heard from the stage in our large auditoriums and manipulate their voice to match a variety of characters. This session is your opportunity to find out how they do this through a mixture of presentation, discussion and Q&A.

Date: 14 September, 11am-3pm
Venue: Clore Learning Centre 
Ticket: £25


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History & Heritage of the RSC

Tours of the RSC Collection

Friday 11 October: Go behind the scenes on a small, exclusive tour of the RSC Collection which contains props, costumes and unique objects from shows and the history of the RSC.

Take a peek at sets, artworks and designs from across the RSC's history.

Times: 11am or 1.30pm
Venue: Bookers will be sent information about where to meet for these tours.  
Ticket: £15 (capacity is limited to 20 people per tour)

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Discover Day

Delve into what it means for the RSC to have museum status, the history of the building itself, and how the RSC engages with heritage practice.

Date: Saturday 12 October, 11am-3pm 
Venue: Clore Learning Centre
Ticket: £25



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